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Jameel Saleem has worked on some of TV’s most popular animated series from “Bob’s Burgers” to “South Park,” but success didn’t come easy for the Emmy-nominated writer. NBC News’ Joe Fryer sat down with Saleem to discuss how he hopes to inspire diversity in Hollywood.